It's vacation week for me, so I'm offering up text and audio that are both short and sweet. I have a reel of tape which contains four totally unrelated segments of programming from the legendary classical station WFMT in Chicago. The two sections I can date are both from 1968, so I'm guessing that the others are, as well. They are edited together on a reel at random, so that if you play the reel, two of them are heard backwards, and two forwards on each side.
One track contains Tom Paxton talking about, then playing, a song he wrote for a memorial TV show after the death of Robert Kennedy. Another contains a dull interview with a classical conductor. The third is nothing more than part of a coloratura soprano aria.
Ah, but between the last two mentioned segments is some real weirdness. Clearly this was meant to be funny, but it's far less humorous than it is very peculiar. It portrays a phone call of complaint from a man, to a harried sounding WFMT announcer, who has taken the call while the currently scheduled record is playing. Perhaps this was met with great laughter at a WFMT staff meeting - that's one reason that occurs to me as to why it exists - but as I said, I just find it sort of intoxicatingly odd.